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Dear Stitcher,

Dallas Needlework & Textile Guild is excited to be hosting GuilDy Treasures SCR 2018 Seminar.  We will be at the newly renovated Westin Park Central in Dallas, Texas. 

On Wednesday, June 13 our Region Day activities will start with 5 mini classes.  Classes will start at 1 p.m. and run until 3 p.m.  There are 4 different techniques available to learn and a lecture on antique needlework tools.  These are listed on the Registration form and are available to view in the Class section of our PDF Brochure.  At 7 p.m. we will have a Stash Sale. So it is time to go through your stash, bring it to Dallas and sell it to others! You have the option of having a table or sharing with a friend. This is also a great way to have a chapter fundraiser.

Our classes start Thursday morning and will run through Saturday.  We are offering 3-day, 2-day and 1-day opportunities for you to learn new techniques or perfect old ones.  Thursday night at 7 p.m. is Merchandise Night which is an opportunity for our commercial/professional vendors to display and sell merchandise related to needlework.  (And add to your cleaned out stash!)

You will need to bring your favorite tote bag with you to seminar.  Our gift to you will be a project bag.  So to get all your stitching supplies to class, remember to bring your tote bag!

On Friday evening, we will be hosting the Seminar Banquet where we will be celebrating another successful SCR seminar with our EGA stitching  family.

Mark your calendar now, start choosing your classes and join us at the GuilDy Treasures SCR 2018 Seminar.

See you in June 2018!

 

Karen Dittmar
SCR 2018 Seminar Chair
scr2018seminarchair@gmail.com

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